Headlines: Dinah Jane Record Deal, Caleb Johnson Records Meatloaf

Fifth Harmony’s Dinah Jane Signs With L.A. Reid’s Hitco (EXCLUSIVE) – Dinah Jane is the latest member of popular girl group Fifth Harmony to land a solo record deal. The singer has signed with L.A. Reid’s Hitco label, Variety has confirmed. She joins a roster that includes Outkast’s Big Boi and newcomer rappers Skinnyfromthe9 and Yella Beezy. A new single by Jane is expected in the coming weeks and she has been working with songwriters Priscilla Renae (Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It”), Mozella (Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball”) and Jozzy (Monica’s “Just Right For Me”) in addition to producers Nic Nac, Neff-U, JR Rotem, and Blessed from A Pop on additional material. – Read more at Variety

NCL ups the star wattage with trio of Broadway actresses – Award-winning Broadway songstresses Melinda Doolittle, Sharon Wilkins and Melba Moore will be performing in the Tony Award-winning musical, ‘After Midnight,’ as well as their own Supper Club cabaret show, aboard Norwegian Escape beginning Aug. 19. – Read more at Seatrade-Cruise

Caleb Johnson & Meatloaf Release New “Bat Out of Hell”

An American Idol Story: MADDIE POPPE (E10)

This is the final episode of Maddie Poppe’s “An American Idol Story.”

West Georgia ‘Idol’ finalist touring, planning ‘own unique brand’ of music – “I miss being home and miss seeing my folks and stuff, but it’s so cool getting to see parts of the country that I don’t know if I otherwise ever would have seen,” he said. “Getting to do it with the top seven is really awesome.” – read more at MDJOnline

Adore Delano Is The Drag Rockstar Redefining Music – So, American Idol versus Drag Race—how different do you think it would’ve been for you if Idol worked out for you? Why do you think this is the time your music is really gaining the audience it deserves? We’re in different times. You have to remember that that was like 10 years ago when that was on TV. It was led by FOX, so, I mean, on top of that, if it would’ve worked out, that would’ve been horrible for me. Because the time that I would come out, I would’ve been super-depressed and just kind of told what to do. [And], Drag Race is * revolutionary, man. It’s making kids think, it’s putting us in people’s living rooms and opening people’s brains. – Read more at Nylon

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